Best fit - Vince Young or Matt Leinart? Vote!

Discussion in 'NFL Draft' started by Titans 4 Life, Jan 20, 2006.

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  1. Big TT

    Big TT Pro Bowler

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    This is a draft, maybe a once in a lifetime draft, where any of the top three could legitimately could be the number one overall. We really can't go wrong in my opinion unless we trade out of the spot. Unless someone was willing to give up a trade like Dallas once got for Hershel walker or the NO deal for ricky williams. But you asked for my choice so here goes....Vince Young. If we select either QB he will sit for at least one year maybe two(until McNair is either injured or retires), also impact running backs are much easier to find,(although we haven't seem to find one:suspect: ) than franchise QB's.
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  2. GLinks

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    Young. Leinart. Culter. I haven't seen enough of Jay to move him up yet myself, so I look forward to the next couple of months. But right now it's Young. I'd take him because as many have stated, including myself, any other year the top 3 could be #1 overall. Last year, we'd have all fallen over ourselves if we could have drafted Leinart. Even the Brick in another year, possibly last included, could have gone #1 overall. So that's four guys.

    In the end, I give it to Young. Leinart is familiar with Chow's system, but the system will change and be different somewhat. I think Chow would love to teach Young his system, plus McNair, it's a no-brainer.
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  3. SEC 330 BIPOLAR

    SEC 330 BIPOLAR jive turkey

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    I like the Young-McNair dynamic. Leinart-Chow is good too but Young-McNair is alot sexier...either way there the team looks as if it cannot go wrong.

    I just want to see ten plus wins again.
    Ultimately, that's all I really give a rip about.
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  4. titanfreak333

    titanfreak333 Titan fan from kansas

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    the one the only ................. vince young!!!!!
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  5. Vince is the way to go, everyone says that his arm mechanics are messed up, but its never stopped him from getting the ball where it needs to be, and in the rose bowl young completed more passes than leinhart and they had the same out of attempts, and on top of that leinhart had a lot better o-line and had a lot better wide outs
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  6. PragIdealist

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    Cutler

    I go with Cutler.

    Leinart- Most NFL Ready, accurate, intelligent
    Young-Most Risk/Potential, athletic, charismatic
    Cutler- Best combination of the two in all aspects

    :winker:
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  7. Nash

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    Leinart allows us to duplicate New England's offensive philosophy best.. a smart poised qb with a solid (not great) team around him...
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  8. PhiSlammaJamma

    PhiSlammaJamma Yao

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    My Gramma could hit a tight end. Which is why I like Young. He can at least run when the TE isn't wide open.
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  9. ammotroop

    ammotroop Airforce MAN

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  10. VolnTitan

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    I say Young or Leinhart will be available to us and you can't go wrong either way. Cutler is a good QB, but is over hyped right now imo and certainly not a good value at #3.
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